How to Manage Linux VPS (SSD and Traditional) From Client Area?

This article will assist you to manage your Linux VPS (SSD and Traditional) from client area (though you will have separate portal to manage your Linux VPS).

  1. Login to your Client Area.
  2. Click on Services.
  3. Locate and click on Linux VPS name whom you wish to manage.

    Manage Product

  4. In Server Information tab, you would see Virtual Server Control. Here, you would see following VPS Management options.

    Virtual Server Control

    • Status: This option displays status of your VPS, whether it is Offline or Online.
    • Under Options, you will have following VPS Control buttons:
      • Reboot: You can reboot your VPS by pressing this button.
      • Shutdown: You can Shut down your VPS by pressing this button.
      • Boot: You can boot your VPS.
      • Serial console: In case you are unable to connect to your VPS through SSH, you can have serial console access to your VPS through this option.
      • Root password: You can reset the root password of your VPS.

        Reset Password

      • Hostname: You can change the Hostname of your VPS through this button.

        Change Hostname

    • IP Address: This shows the IP addresses assigned to your VPS.
    • Bandwidth Usage : It shows the Bandwidth statistics.

      Bandwidth Graph

    • Graphs: Graph shows the incoming and outgoing traffic of your VPS.

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